Standalone MW100 (DISCONTINUED)

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Industrial processes often employ multiple data acquisition systems to monitor the health of assets and facility infrastructure. These systems can be either standalone or built as nodes within a larger automation topology.

The MW100 is a scalable, high-performance data acquisition and data-logging platform designed for standalone, networked, or PC-based operation under industrial operating conditions. It supports remote web-based configuration and monitoring. With its DIN rail design, it is often mounted in an enclosure or cabinet.

"Smart Logging" - Anytime, Anyplace

The MW100 is a scalable, high performance data acquisition/data-logging platform designed for both PC-controlled and stand-alone operation under harsh operating conditions. Open Ethernet connectivity with web-based configuration and data monitoring functions allow MW100 to handle a wide range of monitoring and historical logging functions. See real time trends with your web browser from any PC and no special software. A full range of input/output modules handle all of your process inputs with fast measurement speed and high noise immunity for rock-solid performance.

Anytime, Anyplace...

  • In a wide range of temperatures: -20 to 60° 1,2,3,4
  • Reinforced insulation: Between input terminal and case5 3700 Vrms (one minute) or 600 Vrms/VDC (continuous)
  • A wide variety of network functions: HTTP, FTP, DHCP, SNTP, E-mail, and others
  • DC power supply (12 V-28 V) option available

Smart Logging...

  • High speed measurement with a single unit (10 channels/10 ms or 60 channels/100 ms):
    Shortest measurement interval of 10 ms
  • Multi-interval: Enables mixing of three different measurement intervals in a single unit (measurement intervals can be set for each module)
  • Supports CompactFlash (CF) cards 6 of up to 2 GB Continuous data acquisition is possible on 60 channels at 100 ms for approximately ten days with a 2-GB card, or for three months on 60 channels at 1 s.
  • MATH function on the main module available with the /M1 option.
  • Collective data acquisition on 360 channels (via Modbus with the /M1 option)
  1. The operating temperature range for the input modules and main module. The operating temperature range of the output modules is -20 to 50°.
  2. Note that the power cord supplied with the main module differs depending on the operating temperature range (see the specifications on page 7). If the operating temperature range specification of the supplied standard power cord does not meet your requirements, we recommend that you select a screw-type terminal rather than the plug type for the main module power inlet, and supply your own power input cable.
  3. The operating temperature range of the AC adapter used with DC power supplies is 0 to 40°.
  4. Please consult with a representative for applications involving temperatures below -20°.
  5. The withstand voltage value with the MX110 input module. For the withstand voltage values of other input and output modules, please refer to the specifications for those modules (GS 04M10B01-01E).
  6. CF card not included (sold separately).


* Notice on Java Plug-in running in Web browser for MW100


A custom MW100 measuring system is comprised of three elements; the MW100 main module, MX Series input/output modules, and MX150 Series base plate. The system can be bench mounted as-is or DIN rail mounted for rack or panel installations. A DIN rail-mounting bracket is included with the MX150. 

The input/output modules, base plate, and accessories are all the same as those for the MX100 DAQMASTER series (AC adapter is for the MW100 only).

Input Modules

Name Model Number of channels Shortest measurement interval Description
10 channel pulse input module  MX114-PLS-M10 10 100 ms Non-voltage contact /Open collector
(10,000 sample/sec integration speed)
30 ch general purpose input module
with 500 ms scan speed
MX110-VTDL30 30 500 ms Clamp terminal, DCV/TC/DI
MX110-VTDL30/H3 30 500 ms M3 screw terminal, DCV/TC/DI

Name Model Number of channels Shortest measurement interval Description
Universal Input Modules MX110-UNV-H04 4 10 ms DC voltage, thermocouple, 3-wire RTD, DI (non-voltage contact, Level (5 V logic)). Mixed input allowed.
MX110-UNV-M10 10 100 ms DC voltage, thermocouple, 3-wire RTD, DI (non-voltage contact, Level (5 V logic)). Mixed input allowed.
4-Wire RTD and Resistance Input Module MX110-V4R-M06 6 100 ms DC voltage, 4-wire RTD, 4-wire resistance, DI (non-voltage contact, Level (5 V logic)). Mixed input allowed.
Strain Input Modules MX112-B12-M04 4 100 ms Built-in bridge resistance of 120 ohm
MX112-B35-M04 Built-in bridge resistance of 350 ohm
MX112-NDI-M04 For connection with an external bridge head and strain gauge type sensor (NDIS connector))
5 V Digital Input Module MX115-D05-H10 10 10 ms Non-voltage contact, open collector, and Level (5 V logic). Mixed input allowed.
24 V Digital Input Module MX115-D24-H10 10 10 ms Level (24 V logic), Vth = 12 V

Output Modules

Name Model Number of channels Ouput update interval Description
Analog Output Module MX120-VAO-M08 8 100 ms Allows mixed voltage (±10 V) and current (4-20 mA) output
PWM Output Module MX120-PWM-M08 8 100 ms Pulse width modulation output module
Digital Output Module MX125-MKC-M10 10 100 ms "A" contact (SPST)

Base Plate

Base plates available for all configurations, from 1 to 6 input/output modules. 

When used for the MW100/MX100, you must replace the attachment with the one that comes standard with the MW100/MX100.


Connector Covers
Connector covers for open slots 

AC Adapter (772075)
AC adapter for the DC power model.
Operating temperature range: 0 to 40°
*Only for the MW100

Accessories (Removable Terminal)

All input/output terminals are removable except for those of the MX112-NDI-M04. If multiple terminals are prepared ahead of time, no re-wiring is needed between measurements.

Model Description
772061 Screw (M4) terminal block (RJC (reference junction compensation) included).
For use in combination with 772062. Compatible with MX110-UNV-M10, MX115-D05-H10, and MX115-D24-H10.
772062 Connection cable between input modules and the screw terminal block.
Compatible with MX110-UNV-M10, MX115-D05-H10, and MX115-D24-H10.
772063 Plate with clamp terminals (RJC included).
Compatible with MX110-UNV-M10, MX115-D05-H10, and MX115-D24-H10.
772064 Clamp terminals. Compatible with MX110-UNV-H04.
772065 Clamp terminals. Compatible with MX120-VAO-M08, MX120-PWM-M08, and MX125-MKC-M10.
772067 Plate with clamp terminals. Compatible with MX110-V4R-M06.
772068 Plate with clamp terminals (Built-in bridge resistance of 120 ohm). Compatible with MX112-Bxx-M04.
772069 Plate with clamp terminals (Built-in bridge resistance of 350 ohm). Compatible with MX112-Bxx-M04.
772080 Plate with screw (M3) terminal (RJC included).
Compatible with MX110-UNV-M10, MX115-D05-H10, and MX115-D24-H10.
772081 Plate with clamp terminal for current with 10 ohm built in bridge resistance, applies to MX110-UNV-M10
772082 Plate with clamp terminal for current with 100 ohm built in bridge resistance, applies to MX110-UNV-M10
772083 Plate with clamp terminal for current with 250 ohm built in bridge resistance, applies to MX110-UNV-M10


The MW100 can be connected to multiple PCs at the same time. This allows monitoring and sharing of measured data by multiple users. A login function is included to enable assigning of access rights.

Measurement information shared

Measured data shared

* Mail server required.

Acquire up to 360 Channels in One System

A large data acquisition system of up to 360 channels can be assembled using multiple MW100s and standard MODBUS TCP Ethernet communications. When equipped with the /M1 math option, the MW100 can acquire up to 300 channels of external data from additional MW100 units or other devices such as a PLC using MODBUS TCP communications. This provides a total system capacity of 360 channels (60 built-in measure channels + 300 external). 

Serial MODBUS RTU communications (RS- 232 or RS-422A/485) can be ordered as a separate option with the same capability.

Connect to Other Devices

An optional serial MODBUS RTU interface provides data exchange functions with other devices such as recorders, PLCs and controllers. In this mode, MW100 can serve as expansion I/O or as a data acquisition terminal for another connected device.

Remote Data Acquisition

When the measurement location is located remotely from the data monitoring station, a dial up phone connection can be used for communications. All MW100 web browser-based data monitoring and FTP functions can be used via this connection for remote data acquisition applications. 

Screen updating may be slower depending on the communication environment.

Time Synchronization

The MW100 can synchronize its clock to a network time-server using SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol), allowing any number of MW100s in a system to have precisely matched time.

Both SNTP Server and Client modes are supported. In Server mode, one MW100 can acquire time data from a server using Client mode. It can then serve time data in Server mode to other MW100s that function as Clients.

Clock synchronization functions are allowed only when the measurement interval within the unit is two seconds or longer.


Select a CF card appropriate for the required data recording time. See the table below for the approximate time's worth of data that can be recorded for each size of card. For example, when recording ten channels of data at a 10 ms measurement interval, the approximate amount of data that can be recorded to a 128-MB CF card is 8.8 hours worth. On the MW100, measured data is recorded to the CF card via an SRAM. The SRAM is backed up with a battery (for approximately ten years), ensuring that even in the event of a power failure, data prior to the failure is not lost.

Recording channels Measurement interval 128 M 512 M 1 G
10 ch 10 ms1 Approx. 8.8 hours Approx. 1.4 days Approx. 2.8 days
100 ms Approx. 3.7 days Approx. 14.8 days Approx. 28.9 days
500 ms Approx. 18.5 days Approx. 74.0 days Approx. 144 days
1 s Approx. 37.0 days Approx. 148 days Approx. 289 days
2 s Approx. 74.0 days Approx. 296 days Approx. 578 days
(Approx. 1.5 years)
5 s Approx. 185 days Approx. 740 days Approx. 1446 days
(Approx. 3.9 years)
20 ch 50 ms2 Approx. 22.2 hours Approx. 3.7 days Approx. 7.2 days
100 ms Approx. 1.8 days Approx. 7.4 days Approx. 14.4 days
500 ms Approx. 9.2 days Approx. 37.0 days Approx. 72.3 days
1 s Approx. 18.5 days Approx. 74.0 days Approx. 144 days
2 s Approx. 37.0 days Approx. 148 days Approx. 289 days
5 s Approx. 92.5 days Approx. 370 days
(Approx. 1 year)
Approx. 723 days
(Approx. 1.9 years)
60 ch 100 ms Approx. 14.8 hours Approx. 2.4 days Approx. 4.8 days
500 ms Approx. 3.0 days Approx. 12.3 days Approx. 24.1 days
1 s Approx. 6.1 days Approx. 24.6 days Approx. 48.2 days
2 s Approx. 12.3 days Approx. 49.3 days Approx. 96.4 days
5 s Approx. 30.8 days Approx. 123 days Approx. 241 days

Storage capacity in terms of time by CF card size and numbers of channels

  1. At a measurement interval of 10 ms, the maximum number of channels that can be measured is 10. Eleven or more channels cannot be measured at a measurement interval of 10 ms.
  2. At a measurement interval of 50 ms, the maximum number of channels that can be measured is 30. Thirty-one or more channels cannot be measured at a measurement interval of 50 ms.


The MW100 enables mixing of three different measurement intervals in a single unit. Measurement intervals can be set for each individual module. This allows you to measure various items under test at the most appropriate measurement intervals. Also, you can set data recording conditions1 for each measurement interval, thereby using the available space on the CF card as efficiently as possible.

  1. Single: Save a file up to the specified size then stop recording. Full Stop: Stop recording once the CF card is full. Rotate: When the capacity of the CF card has been exceeded, the oldest files are deleted to free up space, then recording continues.

Trigger and Data Thinning Functions

Data Recording Using the Trigger and Data Thinning Functions

Data Recording Using the Trigger and Data Thinning Functions

The MW100 is equipped with built-in trigger functions. Data recording can be started based on alarm values, time, external contact input, or other parameters. Once recording is started, it can be set to progress continuously or according to a specified data length. When specifying a data length, a pre-trigger can also be set. The MW100 also provides a data thinning function. 

Portions of measured data can be omitted at regular intervals during measurement (minimum of four seconds) before data is recorded. Using the trigger and data thinning functions together provides "coarse" recording of general data and "fine" recording of abnormal data.

Broken Line Chart Output (/M1 Option)

This function is included with the MATH (/M1) option. Patterns can be output from the analog output and PWM output modules (MX120) by inputting the coordinates of the pattern you wish to generate. In the pattern output shown in the figure below, points (X1,Y1) through (X10,Y10) are input in advance, and the output is generated accordingly.

Reporting Functions

Creates hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly reports synchronized to measurement start and stop. On mesurement stop action, a report file is saved to the MW100 CF media. A report status display is provided in the web browser monitor mode. Report data is saved to a text (.txt) file compatible with common software applications. 

Up to 60 report channels reporting data from assigned measure or math channels

Report channel data: MIN, MAX, average, summation, and instantaneous values
Report channel data: tabular digital data display and graph for totalizer data
File format: .txt text file (tab delimited)
Report math interval: up to 100 ms
Email messaging: An email message is sent at the report creation time
File transfer: the report file can be transferred to an FTP server at the report creation time

Report logging display

Report logging display

Graph display of totalizer data

Graph display of totalizer data

Use Excel or other applications to create custom reports from the report text file.

MW100 Automatic Assignment Function (/MC1 Option for the DXAdvanced DX2000)

The DX2000 can use MW100 system hardware as additional external input channels. They can automatically recognize MW100s on a network and perform automatic assignment of the MW100 input channels to build a large multi-point data acquisition system quickly and easily with no PC requirement. System requirements: /MC1 external input option and /M1 math option. See the product bulletins and general specifications for details.

*The firmware version of R2.22 or later is required for the MW100 to support the automatic assignment function.

Firmware R3.04 Functions

  • Support for devices with the Ethernet-Serial Gateway Function
    • The MW100 can now have direct communication with instruments connected via a multidrop connection to the PR300. (client)
  • Added data types
    • INT16 (server/slave)
    • Bit (client/master)
  • Connectivity with upstream devices (CENTUM, etc.)
    • Network load can now be adjusted through frequent polling from upstream devices. (server)

Connection by the Ethernet-Serial Gateway function

Firmware R3.03 Functions

Lite Monitor: Enables monitoring with a digital display, even in environments with low transmission speeds.

Setting List: A list of settings that can be displayed in TXT (text) or "printable" format.

Bit output computation: Enables output of the value of specified bits (0/1) of reference channel data (positive integers expressed as bits).

Alarm DO output: Preset settings of Off, Open, and Close were added as operations upon stop or error.

Modbus Slave/Server Function:

  • Added a coil function for mapping data on communication input channels (C001 to C300).
  • Added input relays for measurement channels, computation channels, and the main unit operating status.
  • Added input registers for mapping main unit mode information.

Summer Time Setting: The starting and ending date/time for Summer time can be set.

Firmware R3.02 Functions

Standard Support for the EtherNet/IP Protocol

Advantages of EtherNet/IP Compatibility

  1. Able to develop a highly flexible systems
    By using Ethernet/IP in the standard interface, the most appropriate multivendor systems can be readily developed for users. In addition, instruments can be added or modified without any additional programming, thus improving efficiency.
  2. Improved trend analysis
    By making it easier to install the MW100 Data Acquisition Unit in systems and thereby facilitating the chronological monitoring of equipment operating conditions and quality data, trends can be analyzed with higher precision.
  3. Transmission of vast amounts of data at high speeds over a wide area
    Data can be regularly transmitted at high speeds to instruments distributed over a wide area.
  4. Easy maintenance over a network
    With Ethernet, maintenance staff do not need to learn a dedicated protocol for each instrument, making it easier to control the network.

Note 1: You must install firmware R3.02 to use EtherNet/IP with the MW100.

Note 2: EtherNet/IP is an open industrial application layer protocol supported by ODVA (Open DeviceNet Vendor Association).

Addition of User Authorization to the SMTP Authorization Function

A user authorization feature has been added to the SMTP Authorization function. SMTP authorization (SMTP Service Extension Authentication: SMTP AUTH) means that verification is made when sending e-mails so that only successfully authorized users can send e-mail. This newly added authorization function serves to further strengthen security for sending of e-mails.

【Support Information】List of RoHS

This is a list of recorder and controller products that support the RoHS (2011/65/EU) directive.

【Support Information】New Legislative Framework (NLF) Conforming Products

This is a list of recorder and controller products that support the New Legislative Framework (NLF.)

【Support Information】PC Software Support Model List

list of compatible models which various PC software is supported.


Fuji uses the MW100 for design and development of battery packs for automobiles (capacitors and secondary cells).


The MW100 Data Acquisition Unit helps you to maintain your facilities. It can be easily installed during regular inspections and the like, to survey whether the facilities are operating normally. If it detects data indicating a fault, its trigger function can analyze and examine the details of the fault.


As manufacturing capacity expands, manufacturing facilities are required to increase the capacity of compressed air in order to provide adequate support to meet demand output.


The MX100/MW100 is best suited for applications where the voltage of each cell in fuel cells, secondary batteries and electrolyzers is measured.


Facing serious environmental problems for the whole earth, clean energy using solar, wind, geothermal, tidal, etc... to reduce CO2 emissions is an inevitable matter. Renewable energy providers need economical/reliable/efficient solutions. Yokogawa provides a reliable data acquisition system with high accuracy for measurement and control instruments.


The MW100 allows logging via communication of devices that support MODBUS servers. With no analog module required, costs can be reduced, and errors during A/D conversion are eliminated.


A leading handler of specialty fluids was looking for a solution to manage various tank farms at many remote locations. The first application was to monitor level and temperature of asphalt storage tanks while performing light control duties including blending. The solution required data-logging, discrete control and a local operator interface for alarm monitoring and blending batches of asphalt.


The MW is used extensively for data acquisition in various kinds of conveyance equipment including automobiles, industrial vehicles, in-plant vehicles, ocean shipping vessels, and automated materials handling systems. In addition to being compact and not requiring a PC for data acquisition, the MW can be run under DC power and be operated under harsh conditions (-20° to 60°).


The MW100 can be used for measurement and monitoring at facilities that use solar heating and lighting.


A major soft drink manufacturer dictates strict quality control standards to companies that manufacture vending machines, coolers, and dispensing equipment that handle the branded products of the company. The company operates an engineering lab at corporate headquarters in Atlanta where numerous environmental rooms can simulate any climate condition where a vending machine or cooler may operate.


A very serious problem with large suspension bridges is corrosion inside the main cables. One method of corrosion protection is to dehumidify the inside of the cable by blowing dry air through it. In this example, we show how to monitor such air-based dehumidification systems.

Application Note

A leading manufacturer of fire protection and safety equipment runs multiple tests in a simulated environment to determine if their products will perform to specifications. The existing test procedure was a manual process that required data and reports to be completed by an operator using a combination of a notepad and a spreadsheet.


MW100 and PR300 system measures and quantifies the electrical energy consumption for each assembly line.

Application Note

Yokogawa Power Monitors measure energy in plants, such as power, current, voltage, power factor, etc. In addition, data acquisition for power, vapor, fuel, water, air, etc, and data monitoring using viewer software, are performed by connecting to the MW100 data acquisition unit.


In the transportation industry, vehicle manufacturers perform a wide range of performance and durability tests on the complex systems that comprise a modern vehicle. Test parameters cover an equally wide range and include an extensive amount of temperature, pressure, flow, vibration, speed and electrical parameter measurements.


In semiconductor manufacturing processes, a deficient clean room environment can lead to defects and wasted resources, making a strictly controlled clean room indispensable. Maintaining the environment in the clean room requires control of air filters, HVAC systems, room temperature, humidity, airborne particles, and other factors.

  • For remote monitoring (of temperature, pressure, and flow volume), installing the MW100 in the plant and DXAdvanced in the office provides for a scalable, pc-free on-site data monitoring solution.
  • You can centralize managment of large quantities of data by automatically transferring acquired data to a FTP server.

Appliance testing typically require 100% quality check prior to shipping. Early life cycle test and outgoing quality check is instrumental in measuring the product's power consumption, heat dissipation, cabin temperature and safety. The test parameters must be logged and analyzed to ensure the product performs to the quality standards.


The MW100 is employed by customers who are device manufacturers when they deliver a device to the end user, for on-site monitoring to check that the delivered device is operating stably. If settings are made to the MW100 in the office beforehand, then all that is necessary is to take it to the site and begin data acquisition thus, anyone can conduct on-site data acquisition.


Data acquired on the MW100 can be easily monitored through the company network, even from remote locations.


Industrial hydrogen fuel cells can be used to produce hydrogen and oxygen from distilled water as well as run in reverse to generate electricity. Fuel cells can also be used in conjunction with intermittent energy sources like solar or wind to provide regulated continuous energy output.


The MW100 Data Acquisition Unit comes with many networking functions, including a diverse range of functions for remote monitoring.


Conventional monitoring of multipoint signals such as temperature and relatively high speed signals (flow and rpm) is often carried out using dot and pen recorders, but a combination of the DXAdvanced series paperless recorder and the MW100 data acquisition unit handles multipoint recording tasks from a single unit.


MW100 Data Acquisition/Data Logging System with PR300 Power and Energy Meters


A leading manufacturer of high shear fluid processors was looking for a solution to provide secure, stable pressure readings. The speed of the process typically demands a very fast data-logger with enough intelligence to filter out noise while providing accurate results.


Data from tests of multiple compressors run in parallel are saved to separate files for each compressor using the DAQWORX software suite.


Recent years have witnessed increasing corporate initiatives for energy savings and environmental protection due to laws and other ordinances, and this has affected power monitoring needs. As opposed to power monitoring on a large scale such as on the level of an entire factory, there are more and more examples of small scale power monitoring systems such as for manufacturing lines, or even for specific manufacturing equipment.


Simultaneous measurement of various types of signals is not an uncommon task on test benches and durability test benches. DAQMASTER's Multi-Interval Function is effective in such situations.


In durability testing of engines, revolutions and load control signals are applied and the results are acquired on a recorder. Using the MX100's AO (analog output) module, you can record data while simultaneously applying control signals.


For data recording and management by the DX in applications involving multipoint measurement such as monitoring of temperature in a boiler, there is a convenient remedy to the problem of too few inputs.


Remote measurement of sterilization temperatures at each stage using the DX2000+MW100 The DX2000's external input function (/MC1) lets you add up to 240 external input channels.


A manufacturer of lime using an Allen-Bradley Series 5 PLC wanted local data viewing and network connectivity. The PLC was wired directly to a rotary kiln and measured kiln temperature, pressure, rotary speed and material feed rate.


With a renewed focus on domestic energy sources and a growing interest in renewable energy, the solar industry is anticipating new demand for photo-voltaic solar panels (Solar PV).


In order to achieve uniform quality and raise reliability in the manufacture of electronic components such as semiconductors and ceramic capacitors, temperature management and temperature testing are important concerns in quality control.


MW100 records solar power parameters such as radiance, ambient temperature and before/after electric conversion power data.


Employ the ISA100.11a-compliant YTMX580 Multipoint Wireless Transmitter. The YTMX580 has 8 channels of universal input, which is perfect for multipoint measurement applications, and it can withstand harsh operating temperatures of -40 to 85 °C.


A mineral processing company began a project to replace an aging SCADA system that monitors remote process flow data. The existing system is a large, multi-node installation based on standalone RTUs with radio communications to a central processor. Distance between locations is measured in miles.


A Midwest customer is a leading salt manufacturer. They produce a variety of salt products including table salt, pool salt and industrial grade salt. This customer needed to bring data from existing Yokogawa DAQSTATIONS into their Delta V system.


A large OEM parts supplier to the automotive industry has been a Yokogawa customer for several years. In the past, Yokogawa sold the customer field instruments and data logging equipment for measuring and recording environmental conditions within their facility.

Application Note

Utilities commonly support the energy requirement of the main process across the spectrum of industries in the form of fuel, electricity, steam, compressed air, water etc. As the energy cost is increasing by the day & simultaneously resources getting scarce, it becomes essential to manage / optimize the energy consumption.


Power generator parameters and weather environment data at wind-farms can be recorded. Remote access allows users to monitor all data for operational status.

Download and install the MW100 Viewer software; This includes the IP Configurator tool which is needed to assign the network (IP address) settings, and also the Viewer software for data file viewing and conversion. Interne...
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    Yokogawa's Network Solutions Group is pleased to present a quick overview of the basic features of the DAQMaster MW100. The MW100 is an excellent remote I/O system for expanding PLC, DCS, SCADA, and HMI systems. The MW100 features universal I/O that allows connection of thermocouples, RTDs, digital inputs (level or contact closure), DC mA, and DCV (+/- 20mV to +/- 100V) to any terminal. The MW100 also features RS232, RS485, and Ethernet interfaces that support Modbus RTU, Modubs TCP, WITS, Ethernet IP, and DNP 3 protocols for connecting to other devices. The MW100 also features a full web interface for real-time visualization (only a browser is required - no additional licenses) as well as full data-logging capabilities.



    Yokogawa Network Solutions is pleased to present an instructional video on how to configure DAQMaster (MW100) and DAQStation (DXAdvanced) - data acquisition systems to create automatic manual sample files. Manual sample files are text files that can be read by programs like Excel, NotePad, and WordPad. Manual files (.DAM) offers an alternative to native data files (.DAD, .DAE, .MXD) that require programs like MW100 Viewer or DAQStandard Viewer for viewing.


    Join Data Acquisition Product Specialist Michael Stevenson as he guides you through GX20 to MW100 Modbus TCP setup.


    Yokogawa's Network Solutions group presents a tutorial on configuring DAQMaster (MW100) and DAQStation (DXAdvanced) recording systems for automatic data file transfer on Windows 7 using Internet Information Server. Internet Information Server (IIS) is included with all version of Windows 7 but is not installed by default. This tutorial shows how to install the FTP portion of IIS as well as configure IIS to receive data files from Yokogawa recorders and Data Acquisition systems.


    In this short video overview, we discuss how the Yokogawa MW100 interfaces with Allen Bradley PLC. The Yokogawa MW100 appears as a native device in Allen Bradley's RSLogix software. There is no configuration required in the Yokogawa MW100 in order to read/write messages to/from Allen Bradley PLC.


    In this short video, we discuss how to setup the MW100 in the RSLogix software in order to read/write data to/from Allen Bradley PLC. The Yokogawa MW100 appears as a native device in Allen Bradley's RSLogix software. By using the generic Ethernet Module in RSLogix, data points can easily be mapped to the Allen Bradley PLC.


    Yokogawa Network Solutions presents a tutorial on basic curve fitting or function finding as a replacement for look-up tables and linear interpolation of intermediate values. This set of videos is intended as a supplement to the original paper: "Simplified Curve Fitting for Renewable Energy Data Collection and Control". Two examples are covered that include approximating a flow rate correction factor for methane with a thermal mass flow meter and correcting the inclinometer reading on a concentrated solar thermal tracking system for gravimetric sag on the heat transfer fluid receiver. The tutorial set shows the original look-up tables for correction factors, generates a matching function using ZunZun (free function finder and curve fitting site), and compares the resulting function output against the original values.


    Yokogawa Network Solutions presents a tutorial on basic curve fitting or function finding as a replacement for look-up tables and linear interpolation of intermediate values. This set of videos is intended as a supplement to the original paper: "Simplified Curve Fitting for Renewable Energy Data Collection and Control". This video is a practical demonstration of implementing the function generated in the first video for methane flow rate correction factor inside the Yokogawa MW100 DAQMaster data acquisition system.


    Yokogawa Network Solutions presents a tutorial on basic curve fitting or function finding as a replacement for look-up tables and linear interpolation of intermediate values. This set of videos is intended as a supplement to the original paper: "Simplified Curve Fitting for Renewable Energy Data Collection and Control". This video is a practical demonstration of implementing the function generated in the first video for angular displacement of the heat transfer fluid receiver on a concentrated solar thermal power collector (parabolic trough) . The function is implemented in a Yokogawa HXS10 Solar Tracking Controller to accurately correlate the inclinometer reading to true angle of the heat transfer fluid receiver.


    Yokogawa's Network Solution Group is pleased to present a video walk-through of configuring DAQLogger and Gate MW MX for use with the MW100 and MX100 data acquisition units. DAQLogger allows data to be recorded in real-time from field units like the MW100 (DAQMaster) and MX100 as well as other Yokogawa data recording products like the DAQStation family. Gate MW MX is the communication driver that allows DAQLogger to connect to MW100 and MX100 units. DAQLogger supports real-time and historical views of recorded data as well as reports and events.


    Yokogawa's Network Solutions Group is pleased to present a tutorial on configuring the MVAdvanced mobile recorder to communicate to an MW100 (DAQMaster) as remote I/O via the Modbus protocol. This video will configure the MVAdvanced through the built in key pad interface to read four remote channels from an MW100. The same technique can be used to read in remote data from other devices that support Modbus communications including Yokogawa's PR300 power meter, other MVAdvanced recorders, signal conditioners, or other vendor products.


    Yokogawa's Network Solution Group presents a tutorial on configuring the DAQMaster and DAQStation to synchronize their internal clocks via SNTP to a timer server running under Windows 7. The tutorial also covers how a DAQStation can be configured as a network time server for other devices.


    Yokogawa's Network Solutions Group demonstrates the MW100 DAQMaster data acquisition system complete with custom web interface and FTP file transfer.


    Yokogawa's Network Solutions Group demonstrates the MW100 DAQMaster data acquisition system complete with custom web interface and FTP file transfer.


    Yokogawa's Network Solutions Group demonstrates the MW100 DAQMaster data acquisition system complete with custom web interface and FTP file transfer.


    Yokogawa presents a tutorial on using the DAQMaster MW100 Data Viewer software for analyzing and exporting recorded data files. The tutorial covers retrieving data from the MW100 data logger, combining data sets, exporting data to ASCII/Excel, and a full walk-through of the user interface.

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